Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by CVilleBuff, May 21, 2013.
I still can't believe we dropped a Top 25 program that cost the AD so little money (few scholarships & shared facilities with a women's program).
I hear the women's final was just as crazy too.
Yup. Extremely disappointing. I'm dying to get men's tennis back, and frankly would support doing so even before adding men's lacrosse. Tennis can succeed in Colorado (as we saw in the past). The first part of the season is always indoors, anyway. And for instance, this outdoor final took place at UIllinois, in which teams like Ohio State were present in the semifinals. It's not some tropical sport. The Pac-12 would offer an absolutely fantastic opportunity. It's the "SEC" of tennis.
Didn't follow it as closely, but I see Stanford won in a nailbiter 4-3 over aTm.
Should add that in the men's one, on match point with UCLA leading the set 5-3, the UCLA player seemingly won the point but then hit the net with his racket (and thus was penalized, lost point).
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